Inside The Future Of Artificial Intelligence
As developers design machines that teach themselves, questions remain over humans’ ability to effectively interact with artificially intelligent computers.
The State of Things, WUNC
How To Make AI The Best Thing To Happen To Us
We can thrive with AI if we win the race between the growing power of our technology and the wisdom with which we manage it, but we must ditch the idea of learning from our mistakes, says Max Tegmark.
13.7: Cosmos & Culture, NPR
Will AI Enable the Third Stage of Life on Earth?
In an excerpt from his new book, an MIT physicist explores the next stage of human evolution.
The Secret to a Good Robot Teacher
It doesn’t just impart information. It also expresses social cues.
Gray Matter, The New York Times
What Would An A.I.-Influenced Society Look Like In 10,000 Years?
Physicist Max Tegmark contemplates how artificial intelligence could reshape work, justice, and society in the future.
Researchers Find That a Flawless Robot Creeps People Out
It turns out people would think more highly of robots if robots stopped being so damn perfect all the time.
A Physicist Explores the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Book review of Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Max Tegmark.
The Next Big Leap in AI Could Come From Warehouse Robots
Kindred thinks the path to smarter software is by giving it a physical body.
Computational Creativity: AI and the Art of Ingenuity
Today, there are robots that make art, move like dancers, tell stories, and even help human chefs devise unique recipes. But is there ingenuity in silico? Can computers be creative?
World Science Festival
Why Are We Reluctant to Trust Robots?
Psychology research provides a clue: we seem to have a fundamental mistrust of individuals who make moral decisions by calculating costs and benefits — like computers do.
Raising Good Robots
We already have a way to teach morals to alien intelligences: it's called parenting. Can we apply the same methods to robots?
Moral Math of Robots: Can Life and Death Decisions Be Coded?
A self-driving car has a split second to decide whether to turn into oncoming traffic or hit a child who has lost control of her bicycle. An autonomous drone needs to decide whether to risk the lives of a busload of civilians or lose a long-sought terrorist.
World Science Festival
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